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Date: 2005-05-22, 7:06PM EDT


13 Composite Recurve Bows for sale separetly or $750.00 for all :

Bear Grizzly 58"-50# - $100.
Hoyt Pro Hunt 58" - 65# - $80.
Browning Wasp 56" - 36# - $60.
Bear Tiger cat 58" - 45# - $80.
Sharkspeare Para 51" - 50# - $50.
York Cadet 60" - 38# - $25.
Browning Wasp 56" - 45# - $50.
Browning Wasp 56" - 45# - $60.
Viking 62" - 45# - $75.
Hoyt Pro Olympic 38# - $35.
Ben Pearson Couger 62" - 35# - $80.
Ben Pearson Sherwood ( wood) - $75.
Browning 60" - 37# - $55.

Call me on 973.790.6593 ( eves) or Email


this is in or around Paterson
 

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Browning Wasp 56" - 36# - $60.
York Cadet 60" - 38# - $25.
Hoyt Pro Olympic 38# - $35.
Ben Pearson Couger 62" - 35# - $80.
Browning 60" - 37# - $55.
Any of these Bows would be great for your Wife. I would go with the Browning Wasp 56" 36#@28" then drop 3# per inch. The 56" is if She has a short draw. Now this is what I would get if it was me, for her it would be best if she can try them all.

Now for you the samething would do. For the first timer I would go no higher then 50# bow.

Post the bows you get please.
 

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i shoot a golden hawk..dont remember the specifics on it but its 50# at 30" and its very short...excellent for treestand hunting. a friend of mine loves the bow and wants something similar but not as expensive (new costs over 600) any of these bows a good quality? short and strong ?

even if he was to buy a new recurve.......what bow do you recomend guido?
 

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Outlaw thats hard to say. A bow that is great for you, Your friend my not like. For a tree stand I would go with a short bow. 51" through 58". If your friend would like a New custom bow that is short and sweet I would go with any Shrew Bow. I have a old one and the waiting list is about 2 years.

Also Drag & Outlaw; If you to get one of these bows check them for stress cracks, peeling, spliting. If you do get one of these use this Chart and go 5# lighter for arrows Recurves you might loss a inch long bows 2" in draw.
 

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Mystic,

I was also looking at these bows. My issue is with draw length. I have a 33" dl on a compound, and a 31ish with a recurve. Any of these bows stack less than the others? I would love something that would be around 55 lbs at my draw.

Thanks,

-dan
 

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Dan; I really don't know. You would have to try them and find the one for you. Remember that all the bows are set @ 28", You would have to add 3" to that so add 9#'s to any bows weights to get the draw weight out of these bows.

Example: Bear Tiger cat 58" - 45# - $80.
for you Dan would be Bear Tiger cat 58" - 54#. good luck and let me know what you get.
 
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